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English Language School in Ireland


Galway City is a thriving, bohemian, cultural city on the western coast of Ireland. Along with being a popular seaside destination with beautiful beaches and long winding promenade, it also has a buzzing cosmopolitan city centre. The city is a joy to explore with its labyrinthine cobbled streets, colourful shop facades and busy café/ bar culture.  The city is also well known for its many festivals throughout the year with huge crowds gathering for the annual Galway Arts Festival, Races and numerous other events. Old Ireland is present too with turf fires and traditional music featuring in many pubs to compliment your enjoyment of a well earned pint of Guinness. Take an evening stroll along the promenade and watch the sunset over Galway Bay or watch the salmon fishermen in the River Corrib from the perfect vantage point of the Salmon Weir Bridge.

City Sights

Galway City Museum

Archaeology, heritage and history exhibitions

Galway's Latin Quarter

Area with numerous restaurants and bars and a vivid nightlife.

Quay Street

Busy street with shopping oppurtunities, pubs and restaurants.

Salthill Promenade

Seaside area of Galway with restaurants, bars and other attractions.

Wild Atlantic Way

Route along the west coast of Ireland.

How to get there


  • Dublin Airport
  • Shannon Airport

Train Station

  • Galway railway station


  • Spanish Arch

Public transport info

1 bus ride: EUR 1.60
1 month: EUR 65

Galway Ireland
Time Zone
Costs of Living (approx.)
  • Bus ride: 1.60 EUR
  • Clubbing: 10 EUR
  • Soft drink: 1.50 EUR
  • Coffee: 2 EUR
  • Dinner: 20 EUR
  • Fast food: 10 EUR
  • Movie: 8 EUR
  • Estimated pocket money / week: 60 EUR